Rihanna has pretty much dropped an album every single year since her debut, but her upcoming, still untitled, eighth studio album is still nowhere in sight, despite Unapologetic dropping way back in 2012.
When Kanye West announced that he'd be running for president in 2020 at the VMAs, it wasn't clear if the statement was completely serious, or just a spontaneous moment caused by "rolling a lil' something" before the speech.
The A3C Festival in Atlanta is coming up next month, and today, organizers have announced the final wave of performers and speakers. Among the names added to the bill are 2 Chainz, Boosie Badazz, Ryan leslie, Shanti Das, Maino, members of the Dungeon Fami
It's only been around for just over a month, but Apple Music has already become inescapable. Unlike its competitor, Tidal, it hasn't annoyed users as much with its use of "exclusives" -- but then again, we're still in the middle of a three month free trial.
We’re excited to present the second, of three, lineup announcements for the upcoming annual A3C Festival & Conference in Atlanta, aka “Hip Hop’s Annual Pilgramage.”
Travi$ Scott is well-known for his stage antics, whether its diving into the crowd or cussing out photographers. His set at Lollapalooza found Scott facing consequences for his actions, as his set was cut after only five minutes.
iHeart Radio's Music Festival is taking place in Las Vegas this year, at the MGM Grand Arena on September 18th and 19th. They've tapped a variety of artists for the line-up, covering all their bases from pop to rap to r'n'b to rock.
The annual A3C Hip-Hop Festival in Atlanta is returning this year for its eleventh instalment. The festival isn't until October, but today they've announced their initial line-up, with more artists to be announced in the months leading up to the event.
Bonnaroo is going down this weekend, in fact, it's already kicked off. The weekend-long festival in Manchester, Tennessee is seeing performances from Run The Jewels, Jamie xx, Glass Animals, D'Angelo, SBTRKT, Atmosphere, Kendrick Lamar and more.
It’s the most wonderful time of the year. It’s festival season, of course! This is better than Christmas for avid music fans. Sweat drenched patrons hypnotically dance to their favorite records from their favorite artists.
Summer is here, which means sunshine, comfortable clothes, and big smiles will be plentiful for the foreseeable future. It also means festival season is about to kick into full gear-- and quick.
Riot Fest has generally been a festival rooted in punk, and while you'll still see many of the post-Warped Tour and OG hardcore bands who don't get calls from Coachella on the lineup, it's also been beefed up with some other genres, namely rap.
Austin's 10th annual Fun Fun Fun Fest will be going down November 6-8 this year, and today, we get a peek at the jam-packed lineup. As has been the case in years past, the shows are divided between three stages, all of which host different genres.